Simon Lee-Price lives and writes in the UK. His recent work appears in the literary journals Prole, Interpreter’s House, Sein und Werden, The Ham, and in an anthology of speculative fiction, Restless, by Frith Books. He believes good writing is writing that leaves the reader changed in someway, however small. It need not shout to achieve this—sometimes whispering is best.
"The whole house smelt wrong to him. Too many people boiling their food, too many lungs recycling the air."
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